Zuma repays money owed for non-security upgrades to home

Zuma repays money owed for non-security upgrades to home

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has paid back over $ 537,000 in taxpayers’ money, used for non-security upgrades to his private home.

He has funded the reimbursement through a home loan obtained from VBS Mutual Bank.

President Zuma paid the cash to the country’s Reserve Bank, as ordered by the Constitutional Court ahead of a September the 29th deadline.